An Onda engineer answered questions on Weibo about the new V919 3G Air Core-M tablet.
I’m publishing all of the Weibos.
Weibo regarding heat:
Same-day update after the break.
Ratings have fallen for #TheBlacklist. Do you find this season to be as strong as last year? Would you prefer the show back on Monday?
— The Blacklist (@TheBlacklistNBC) May 1, 2015
1) Go back to Monday
2) Bring back Red’s sense of humor
Things have gotten very grim this season. I miss all of the humor from the first season. I could do without season one’s implausible villains, however — although they were so unbelievable some of them made me laugh too.
This is what a Promoted Tweet — aka advertisement — looks like on the Twitter website:
How can you tell?
The first time I’ve seen something called a Twitter Alert:
It was just dumped into my stream, hours ago, to scroll by like any other tweet.
On Weibo, there’s a fixed area where they put a dismissable ad.
Twitter should steal that idea for Twitter Alerts. An Alert is something important and shouldn’t just scroll by in a timeline. It should be there at the top where people see it first and can click to dismiss it after reading.
Twitter is mulling the possibility of making promoted videos automatically play 6-second previews when they pop up in people’s feeds, according to people briefed on the company’s plans. If the autoplay previews were to catch someone’s eye, that person could click to watch the full video.
I won’t put up with scrolling through my timeline only to have it fucking pause to load a video and then break my concentration with some goddammed ad pitch preview I can’t prevent.
I’ll be out of there when this happens.